Devin Moran picked up a $3,000 victory Friday night at Skyline.
What won the race: After fellow front-row starter Freddie Carpenter tangled with a lapped car and was charged with a mid-race caution, polesitter Devin Moran of Dresden, Ohio, inherited the point and led the rest of the Jack Shutts Memorial. The 20-year-old driver earned $3,000 for his second Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week victory in as many nights.
Quotable: "It's kind of a tough break for Freddie there," Moran said. "They just kind of gave us that one. I wish he could've kept racing. I wanted to know if we could've beaten him tonight, because I don't know if the best car won tonight. I guess I'll take the gift for tonight and move on to tomorrow night."
Key notes: Following his Super Late Model victory, Moran tagged the tail of the Limited Late Model feature in Nathan Carpenter's machine and stormed forward to another victory. ... Moran also won Friday at Legendary Hilltop Speedway in Marietta, Ohio. ... Skyline rejoined the Buckeye slate after Freddie Carpenter of Parkersburg, W.Va., reopened the oval in June. ... The track has hosted only a few events in 2015 with the Jack Shutts Memorial its first special event. ... The rain-plagued Buckeye tour wraps up with a reset doubleheader at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio, and Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio, on July 24-25.
On the move: Walker Arthur of Forest, Va., started 16th and finished ninth.
Winner's sponsors: Moran's MasterSbilt Race Car is sponsored by All About Wraps, Bud's Place, DMR Driving School, Dow Cameron Oil & Gas, Eddie's Sunoco and Kendrick Excavating.
Points chase: Exiting Skyline, Duane Chamberlain has 590 points to lead Matt Westfall (570). Two races remain for the speedweek.
Car count: 26
Fast qualifier: Devin Moran
Polesitter: Devin Moran
Heat race winners: Devin Moran, Freddie Carpenter, Zack Dohm, Matt Westfall
Consolation race winners: Jeromy Misel
Next series race: July 24, Moler Raceway Park (Williamsburg, OH) $3,000